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Chumukedima Town Students’ Union notifies

By EMN Updated: Mar 02, 2015 12:40 am

Dimapur, March 1

[dropcap]K[/dropcap]eeping the welfare of the students in mind, the Chumukedima Town Students’ Union (CTSU) has informed all the schools within its jurisdiction of guidelines for strict compliance by all the schools and concerned teachers.
1. Safe drinking water should be provided for all the students in the school.2. Coaching by individual teachers in the school after school hours will be strictly checked. In case of coaching for any subject where the numbers of students are more than 7 the fee charged should be less than tuition amount.
3. Number of students in private tuition should not exceed 7 in one batch. Teachers should not supervise 2-3 batches of students in different rooms in the same hour. Tuition should be 5 days a week of one hour duration @ of Rs. 300 per students.
4. There should be no home tuition from 6 am to 5 pm this is to allow more students to get guidance from the teacher instead of limiting it to 1 or 2 students. However, home tuition before 6 am and after 5 pm. Amount should not exceed Rs. 2000 per batches.
5. Use of tobacco during school hours by teacher is banned. Shopkeepers are asked not to sell tobacco products to minors and students.
6. No students’ organisation is allowed to sell calendars, newspaper or any fund rise. etc. without consulting the CTSU within Chumukedima Town jurisdiction.
7. Shopkeepers are asked not to sell goods beyond the market MRP price. They are also not to sell expired goods. There shall be vigilant checking from the students’ union.
8. Nagaland Govt. (NLG) vehicles are meant for official duty for govt. works. So using NLG vehicles for school duty will not be allowed and will be strictly checked by the union.
9. Cyber cafe owners are asked not to entertain students in uniforms during school hours.
CSU president, Hovise Naleo and Gen. Secy, Seyielhouvinuo Kuotsu in a release said the union will be visiting the school anytime to interact with school heads, teachers and students on matter relating to the welfare of the students community.

By EMN Updated: Mar 02, 2015 12:40:21 am